ABLE BC is the industry advocate for issues affecting pubs, bars and private liquor stores throughout the province.
ABLE BC works with industry stakeholders and members to ensure a responsible liquor industry.
Provides support for individuals within the hospitality community, coping with extraordinary costs arising from a serious health crisis. The Foundation also awards scholarships and bursaries to students enrolled in Hospitality programs.
Whether you are looking to recruit for positions, become a more attractive employer, or further support your employees with training and development, go2HR is BC’s tourism human resource association and the one-stop shop to meet your needs.
For more information, visit www.go2hr.ca.
Chemistry Consulting began operating its foreign worker recruitment service in 2007 and is not only endorsed by the BC Hotel Association, but also by the Canadian Restaurant & Foodservices Association, go2, and the BC Lodging and Campgrounds Association.
Chemistry International Recruitment focuses on the staffing needs of hospitality employers in Western Canada. If you are having difficulty finding Canadians to fill your positions, we can assist you with foreign worker recruitment. We understand that good customer service – the key to success in the hospitality industry – relies on many factors and that a stable core of staff is one of the most important. We want to help you by easing your staffing concerns, and allowing you to spend your valuable time more effectively in your business.
For more information, please visit: www.chemistryrecruitment.ca
As a crown corporation, Destination BC’s mandate is to support and promote the business of tourism throughout the province. As a destination marketing organization, Tourism BC is structured to develop and deliver programs and services that attract visitors to BC and help ensure that the quality of their vacation experience keeps them coming back for more.
Tourism BC has a number of resources and opportunities available to assist tourism industry operators in growing and developing their businesses.
A whole-of-government approach that will enhance the federal government’s role as an effective partner with industry and other levels of government in support of an internationally competitive tourism sector.
In addition to being engaged in advocacy on behalf of hotels, the BCHA offers a comprehensive package of programs to hotel members aimed at saving money and reducing costs for operators. Learn more about our extensive programs and discounts here.
Generate leads for your sales team with InnFocus – the BCHA’s official publication with local, leading edge editorial geared to issues facing BC’s hoteliers.
Published seasonally with news articles of interest to everyone in the hotel industry.